13-17 June 2016
Niigata University (Ikarashi Campus)
Asia/Tokyo timezone
Invited Lectures:

 

Timothy BEERS

The Chemistry of the First Stars and the Origin of the Astrophysical r-Process

 

Shinji  EJIRI

Phase Structure of QCD at High Temperature and High Density by Numerical Simulations of Lattice QCD
 

Kei KOTAKE

The Explosion Mechanisms of Core-Collapse Supernovae: How to Blow up Massive Stars

 

Maria LUGARO

Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars as Drivers of Cosmic Chemistry

 

Shigehiro NAGATAKI

Death of Massive Stars: Supernovae and Gamma-Ray Bursts with Explosive Nucleosynthesis
 

Petr NAVRATIL

Ab Initio Calculations of Nuclear Reactions Important for Astrophysics

 

Ken-ichi OOHARA

Detection of Gravitational Waves and Astrophysics with Gravitational Waves
 

Nils PAAR

Nuclear Density Functional Theory for Astrophysics

 

Rosario PIZZONE

Trojan Horse Method: A Powerful Tool to Study Nuclear Reactions at Astrophysical Energies

 

Maya TAKECHI

Study of the Properties of Atomic Nuclei with RI Beam